1920 x 1080 Full HD
240Hz1 Refresh Rate
1ms Response Time
Sleek and bezel-free, the XN3 is designed for fast-paced gaming. The two-armed stand holds the ZeroFrame™ display aloft—eager to take its place amongst your setup.
Good form, better function. Ergonomically-designed for tilt, swivel, pivot and height adjustment. Even rotate it 90 degrees1 if the need arises.
1920 X 1080 FULL HD
Pros play in Full HD for a reason—and that reason is obvious when you max out that refresh rate in 1080p resolution. See for yourself what an eSports-ready display is capable of.
Farewell bezels, hello maximized vision. The ZeroFrame™ design makes for a near-seamless look, allowing you to see more of what matters most: the screen.
Demolish the possibility of motion blur and reach the peak of gaming potential with a refresh rate revving up to 240Hz1.
What does a 1ms1 response time mean to you? It means that the annoyances of motion blur or visual artifacts will be practically nonexistent.
WE’RE IN SYNC
NVIDIA® G-SYNC® calms the storm of fast-paced gaming by eliminating screen tearing. Simply “sync” your display with a powerful graphics card and you’re good to go.
Predator GameView provides a number of useful features, such as setting the level of dark boost, gaming profiles and more.
SEE WHAT MATTERS
Gain an edge over the competition and fine-tune your visuals with Dark Boost for greater details in dimly lit environments.
Minimize misfires with aim-points. You have three options to choose from through your OSD or GameView settings.
THE RIGHT MODE
There are three game modes to choose from: action, racing and sports. Use the default profile or customize your own to fit your preferences.
TECH FOR THE EYES
Long game sessions, editing videos and staring at excel sheets puts a lot of strain on the eyes—we know. Protect your vision with Flickerless™ and BlueLightShield™.
This technology works by providing stable, consistent power to the display and eliminating any chance for noticeable flicker.
Choose from four filter settings via the OSD if you suspect that blue lights, being emitted from the LED panel, are causing eyestrain.